The Ayala Museum is one of Google's newest partners for its online Art Project, which features more than 30,000 images of artworks from 151 cultural institutions all over the world. Now, people from the Philippines and abroad can view photos of 30 dioramas from the Ayala Museum's "The Diorama Experience" exhibition online.
“We're really excited to be part of the Google Art Project," said Mariles Gustilo, Senior Director for Arts and Culture at the Ayala Museum. "It is a great way to bring the richness of Philippine history and art to the world, no matter how far and what time of day."
“Google is committed to bringing all types of culture online and making it accessible," said Nelson Mattos, Google's vice president for product and engineering. "The Art Project demonstrates how the Internet helps spread knowledge."
Among other museums with artwork available for viewing via the Google Art Project are The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Tokyo National Museum, and The Museum of Modern Art.
[Click here to visit the Google Art Project and check out photos of the Ayala Museum's "The Diorama" Exhibition]
(Photo courtesy of the Ayala Museum)